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Leyla Antonia Eraslan, LPC Intern
LPC Intern, MA, MFTI, PCCI
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"Hi there--I'm Leyla! First, kudos to you for taking this step--finding a therapist isn't easy! It's my goal to provide you with a compassionate and creative space to work together on whatever may be holding you back or weighing you down. My philosophy in therapy is based on this belief: We are all entitled to love ourselves wholly and deeply. There's a lot that disconnects us from ourselves and our path--together we can rebuild the relationship to self and foster positive change, growth, and understanding. I am all about collaboration, imagination, and respect!"
(510) 944-1017
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"Hi there--I'm Leyla! First, kudos to you for taking this step--finding a therapist isn't easy! It's my goal to provide you with a compassionate and creative space to work together on whatever may be holding you back or weighing you down. My philosophy in therapy is based on this belief: We are all entitled to love ourselves wholly and deeply. There's a lot that disconnects us from ourselves and our path--together we can rebuild the relationship to self and foster positive change, growth, and understanding. I am all about collaboration, imagination, and respect!"
Steven Baum, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
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"I will work closely and intensively to help bring you a sense of relief and contentment in your life. The brief and longer term psychotherapies I practice are intended to result in real and long lasting life changes. These changes are often associated with an increased sense of satisfaction, contentment and inner peace. I will help you identify and use your strengths to address the challenges you may be facing and to reach your goals."
(510) 594-4050
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"I will work closely and intensively to help bring you a sense of relief and contentment in your life. The brief and longer term psychotherapies I practice are intended to result in real and long lasting life changes. These changes are often associated with an increased sense of satisfaction, contentment and inner peace. I will help you identify and use your strengths to address the challenges you may be facing and to reach your goals."
Zoe Barnow, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
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"I am a licensed psychologist offering psychotherapy for adults, adolescents, couples, and infant-parent dyads. I approach my work from a psychodynamic, social/racial justice and queer feminist lens. I believe our childhood experiences and attachment relationships with our caregivers, in combination with our various social identity markers, shape us into the adults we grow up to become. I seek to understand each person's unique life circumstances and experiences so I can best support them in their process of healing and growth. Underlying my work is a deep commitment to interrupting the intergenerational transmission of trauma and oppression."
(510) 757-1893
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"I am a licensed psychologist offering psychotherapy for adults, adolescents, couples, and infant-parent dyads. I approach my work from a psychodynamic, social/racial justice and queer feminist lens. I believe our childhood experiences and attachment relationships with our caregivers, in combination with our various social identity markers, shape us into the adults we grow up to become. I seek to understand each person's unique life circumstances and experiences so I can best support them in their process of healing and growth. Underlying my work is a deep commitment to interrupting the intergenerational transmission of trauma and oppression."
Danielle Ray, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
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"I provide insightful and compassionate psychotherapy for individuals and couples struggling with unhealthy recurrent patterns in relationships and/or with compulsive/ addictive behaviors involving eating, substances, spending, working, etc. I also work with depression, anxiety, 12-step recovery, traumatic childhood experiences, the particular concerns of being an artist, and issues of identity."
(510) 878-4808
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"I provide insightful and compassionate psychotherapy for individuals and couples struggling with unhealthy recurrent patterns in relationships and/or with compulsive/ addictive behaviors involving eating, substances, spending, working, etc. I also work with depression, anxiety, 12-step recovery, traumatic childhood experiences, the particular concerns of being an artist, and issues of identity."
Caroline Knapp, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Often in life, we struggle to connect with our own vitality. Whether we are making major life decisions, wrestling with longstanding difficulties, or longing for shifts we can’t yet name, we need access to a sense of our own true presence and potential. When that access is blocked or tenuous, we suffer. Anxiety, depression, panic, phobia, relational trouble, isolation, self-harm, destructive patterns, or simply feeling lost are some forms of that suffering. Coming into meaningful relationship with another person in therapy is a powerful way to restore your connection with yourself—or to build it for the first time."
(628) 222-2802
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"Often in life, we struggle to connect with our own vitality. Whether we are making major life decisions, wrestling with longstanding difficulties, or longing for shifts we can’t yet name, we need access to a sense of our own true presence and potential. When that access is blocked or tenuous, we suffer. Anxiety, depression, panic, phobia, relational trouble, isolation, self-harm, destructive patterns, or simply feeling lost are some forms of that suffering. Coming into meaningful relationship with another person in therapy is a powerful way to restore your connection with yourself—or to build it for the first time."
Judy Blumenfeld, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
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"An exploration of your childhood,relationships and deepest self can be a beautiful and powerful journey.Together we can develop a curiosity and exploration of vulnerabilities and resilience in the face of challenges and hardship. I work with you in a collaborative way to understand together the obstacles to having healthy and meaningful relationships. If you feel stuck and unable to understand some of your own behaviors and choices we can talk together and begin to find words to understand your experience. I have a warm style of relating and can at times bring humor to our work."
(510) 575-9984
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"An exploration of your childhood,relationships and deepest self can be a beautiful and powerful journey.Together we can develop a curiosity and exploration of vulnerabilities and resilience in the face of challenges and hardship. I work with you in a collaborative way to understand together the obstacles to having healthy and meaningful relationships. If you feel stuck and unable to understand some of your own behaviors and choices we can talk together and begin to find words to understand your experience. I have a warm style of relating and can at times bring humor to our work."
Monique Anne Thompson, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD, MA
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"I am a clinical psychologist specializing Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) for mood and anxiety disorders. I treat adults and teens with depression, anxiety (panic, worry, phobias), social anxiety, ADHD, insomnia, and life stress. In addition to my practice at the San Francisco Bay Area Center for Cognitive Therapy, I am a staff psychologist at the Golden Bear Mood and Sleep Research Clinic at UC Berkeley. I believe in a collaborative approach that emphasizes symptom relief, skill building and self-exploration."
(510) 876-9686
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"I am a clinical psychologist specializing Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) for mood and anxiety disorders. I treat adults and teens with depression, anxiety (panic, worry, phobias), social anxiety, ADHD, insomnia, and life stress. In addition to my practice at the San Francisco Bay Area Center for Cognitive Therapy, I am a staff psychologist at the Golden Bear Mood and Sleep Research Clinic at UC Berkeley. I believe in a collaborative approach that emphasizes symptom relief, skill building and self-exploration."
Saundre Allen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Are you looking for a space where you can keep it real and get support with achieving your goals? Good, because I believe that everyone deserves the opportunity to create their best life. Building your happiness can be a challenging task as we are often faced with various societal stressors. As a black woman, I am deeply aware of the societal stressors that hinder wellness. Without the proper support, obstacles in life can prevent you from being healthy and happy. My desire is to support adults from varied and diverse backgrounds with creating and or sustaining the life that they want for themselves."
(510) 399-1757
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"Are you looking for a space where you can keep it real and get support with achieving your goals? Good, because I believe that everyone deserves the opportunity to create their best life. Building your happiness can be a challenging task as we are often faced with various societal stressors. As a black woman, I am deeply aware of the societal stressors that hinder wellness. Without the proper support, obstacles in life can prevent you from being healthy and happy. My desire is to support adults from varied and diverse backgrounds with creating and or sustaining the life that they want for themselves."
Hilary Combs, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"My clients are people struggling with a transition in their lives; initiating independence as a teenager or young adult, wrestling with a new gender or new role as a significant other / parent, newly dealing with depression, traumatic memories or substance abuse. My approach to psychotherapy is collaborative and interactive with the goal of creating a safe environment that will enable you to explore your thoughts and feelings related to present difficulties. I work with the idea of relieving one's immediate suffering with the longer term goal of how to better understand oneself and one's relationship to the world around you."
(347) 603-0916
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"My clients are people struggling with a transition in their lives; initiating independence as a teenager or young adult, wrestling with a new gender or new role as a significant other / parent, newly dealing with depression, traumatic memories or substance abuse. My approach to psychotherapy is collaborative and interactive with the goal of creating a safe environment that will enable you to explore your thoughts and feelings related to present difficulties. I work with the idea of relieving one's immediate suffering with the longer term goal of how to better understand oneself and one's relationship to the world around you."
Maayan Greene, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"If you are ready to learn more about yourself and develop a positive path toward growth seeking assistance can help you refocus on what's most meaningful to you. People come to therapy for many reasons, including needing help in handling stressful life transitions, to reduce psychological distress, increase one's self worth and to develop a better understanding of themselves. During therapy, we will explore unhealthy patterns by looking at the interplay between your thoughts, behaviors and emotions and how they affect your daily experiences. You will learn to develop fulfilling relationships, ways to cope in healthier ways, and ultimately live a fulfilling life."
(510) 402-1597
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"If you are ready to learn more about yourself and develop a positive path toward growth seeking assistance can help you refocus on what's most meaningful to you. People come to therapy for many reasons, including needing help in handling stressful life transitions, to reduce psychological distress, increase one's self worth and to develop a better understanding of themselves. During therapy, we will explore unhealthy patterns by looking at the interplay between your thoughts, behaviors and emotions and how they affect your daily experiences. You will learn to develop fulfilling relationships, ways to cope in healthier ways, and ultimately live a fulfilling life."
Philip James Keddy, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
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"I offer psychotherapy, personality testing with feedback, and individual treatment of addictions. My approach to therapy is flexible but especially inspired by psychodynamic, Jungian and existential thought. Collaborative assessment means that together you and I would look at the results of tests and interviews to help answer questions you have about yourself, to get to know you more quickly and to focus the therapy. This kind of assessment can be a brief therapeutic intervention in itself. I also have a specialization in working with addictions, with motivational interviewing."
(510) 470-7779
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"I offer psychotherapy, personality testing with feedback, and individual treatment of addictions. My approach to therapy is flexible but especially inspired by psychodynamic, Jungian and existential thought. Collaborative assessment means that together you and I would look at the results of tests and interviews to help answer questions you have about yourself, to get to know you more quickly and to focus the therapy. This kind of assessment can be a brief therapeutic intervention in itself. I also have a specialization in working with addictions, with motivational interviewing."
Jeff Sharp, Psychologist
Psychologist
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"I enjoy helping bright, creative people who feel passionate about life, yet feel stuck or dissatisfied with some aspect of their life. Intelligence, ambition and success are often accompanied by unexpected challenges and difficulties. Fulfillment in one area of one's life doesn't guarantee satisfaction in other areas. I've had excellent academic training (Yale, UC Berkeley), and extensive clinical training. The breadth and depth of my training allows me to tailor a treatment plan to the specific needs of each client or couple. My orientation is relational and psychodynamic, informed by research on human development and psychotherapy. Visit my website for more information."
(510) 730-3805
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"I enjoy helping bright, creative people who feel passionate about life, yet feel stuck or dissatisfied with some aspect of their life. Intelligence, ambition and success are often accompanied by unexpected challenges and difficulties. Fulfillment in one area of one's life doesn't guarantee satisfaction in other areas. I've had excellent academic training (Yale, UC Berkeley), and extensive clinical training. The breadth and depth of my training allows me to tailor a treatment plan to the specific needs of each client or couple. My orientation is relational and psychodynamic, informed by research on human development and psychotherapy. Visit my website for more information."
Madeline Licker Feingold, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"The difficulties and challenges of our lives involving our families, relationships, work and school may leave us feeling overwhelmed, anxious and depressed. People come to see me because they are at an impasse and need help. For over 25 years I have provided psychotherapy to adults, couples and adolescents and have strived to create a safe and open environment to explore thoughts, feelings and behaviors, gain insight into problems and understand obstacles that interfere with growth. I focus on the whole person and support people in developing new ways of coping, improving emotional well-being and implementing meaningful change."
(510) 924-0362
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"The difficulties and challenges of our lives involving our families, relationships, work and school may leave us feeling overwhelmed, anxious and depressed. People come to see me because they are at an impasse and need help. For over 25 years I have provided psychotherapy to adults, couples and adolescents and have strived to create a safe and open environment to explore thoughts, feelings and behaviors, gain insight into problems and understand obstacles that interfere with growth. I focus on the whole person and support people in developing new ways of coping, improving emotional well-being and implementing meaningful change."
Gisele Fernandes-Osterhold, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"My approach is warm, engaged and focused in the present moment. I support individuals, couples and families to improve communication skills, self-esteem and relationship capacities. I make use of techniques that deepen the mind-body connection to help individuals heal from symptoms of stress, trauma and loss."
(510) 497-0945
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"My approach is warm, engaged and focused in the present moment. I support individuals, couples and families to improve communication skills, self-esteem and relationship capacities. I make use of techniques that deepen the mind-body connection to help individuals heal from symptoms of stress, trauma and loss."
Karen Godfredsen, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD, MA
Verified by Psychology Today
"When we find ourselves struggling with the kind of emotional pain that our usual strategies and supports can't relieve, good therapy is a lifeline. Like massage for physical injuries, psychotherapy effectively relieves chronic emotional pain, clears out unwanted emotional scar tissue, and creates flexibility, strength and new possibilities for positive motion in our lives. Whether you are worried about your own mental health, or the distress of someone you love, or are simply curious about how therapy might help, call/email me to schedule an initial conversation to talk about what kind of treatment is best for you."
(510) 953-4239
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"When we find ourselves struggling with the kind of emotional pain that our usual strategies and supports can't relieve, good therapy is a lifeline. Like massage for physical injuries, psychotherapy effectively relieves chronic emotional pain, clears out unwanted emotional scar tissue, and creates flexibility, strength and new possibilities for positive motion in our lives. Whether you are worried about your own mental health, or the distress of someone you love, or are simply curious about how therapy might help, call/email me to schedule an initial conversation to talk about what kind of treatment is best for you."
Dorothy Kaufmann, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, Lit, MA, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"I embrace an integrative model that focuses on your needs, working with you collaboratively as we uncover your path to healing, balance, and aliveness. I am an older therapist engaged in my second career. For much of my adult life, I was a humanities professor, which I see as informing my present vocation. Having struggled with the challenge of many life transitions -- endings and beginnings, sometimes imposed, sometimes chosen -- I feel passionate about helping you with yours. You can always expect to find with me a safe space that offers compassion, warmth, and openness. My practice is LGBT friendly."
(510) 694-0715
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"I embrace an integrative model that focuses on your needs, working with you collaboratively as we uncover your path to healing, balance, and aliveness. I am an older therapist engaged in my second career. For much of my adult life, I was a humanities professor, which I see as informing my present vocation. Having struggled with the challenge of many life transitions -- endings and beginnings, sometimes imposed, sometimes chosen -- I feel passionate about helping you with yours. You can always expect to find with me a safe space that offers compassion, warmth, and openness. My practice is LGBT friendly."
Suki Dennis, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"My training is primarily in healing couples by looking at the repeated patterns that get in the way of safe intimate connection. We all have responses that are were wonderfully helpful in the past but are less successful at getting what we want now. My aim is to help you let go of what is causing distress and develop ways of interacting that create happiness and health. I also work with individuals and provide EMDR if deemed appropriate. Mindfulness, to self regulate, is central to my work."
(650) 557-2666
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"My training is primarily in healing couples by looking at the repeated patterns that get in the way of safe intimate connection. We all have responses that are were wonderfully helpful in the past but are less successful at getting what we want now. My aim is to help you let go of what is causing distress and develop ways of interacting that create happiness and health. I also work with individuals and provide EMDR if deemed appropriate. Mindfulness, to self regulate, is central to my work."
Lucia ('loosha') Grauman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MS, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Awarded 'Best Psychotherapist' in Oakland Magazine's 2018 Best Of Oakland, my specialties include: relationship issues (such as conflict resolution, dating, pre-marital counseling, divorce, blended families and infidelity); grief and loss; addiction, recovery and codependence; anxiety and depression. My approach is warm, compassionate and direct, meaning my clients experience me as accepting and empathic, while also feeling challenged the right amount to grow and change. I am an integrative therapist, meaning I integrate more than one way/theory/model to view and treat psychological and/or relational concerns. See my website for specific education, experience and credentials."
(415) 799-3799
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"Awarded 'Best Psychotherapist' in Oakland Magazine's 2018 Best Of Oakland, my specialties include: relationship issues (such as conflict resolution, dating, pre-marital counseling, divorce, blended families and infidelity); grief and loss; addiction, recovery and codependence; anxiety and depression. My approach is warm, compassionate and direct, meaning my clients experience me as accepting and empathic, while also feeling challenged the right amount to grow and change. I am an integrative therapist, meaning I integrate more than one way/theory/model to view and treat psychological and/or relational concerns. See my website for specific education, experience and credentials."
William Selig, PsyD, MFA, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD, MFA
Verified by Psychology Today
"Are you feeling stuck or overwhelmed? Do you get in your own way, with negative thoughts or behaviors? Do you struggle with intimacy and trust? Perhaps you're gripped by emotions you cannot control; or the opposite - feel disconnected, alienated, unable to get close? Others have found healing and transformation through psychotherapy - there is hope! It's important to find the right therapist for YOU, so I'm glad you're shopping around. You can see me in the video on my website, "Finding A Therapist", where I provide some concrete tips about the process."
(510) 871-8326
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"Are you feeling stuck or overwhelmed? Do you get in your own way, with negative thoughts or behaviors? Do you struggle with intimacy and trust? Perhaps you're gripped by emotions you cannot control; or the opposite - feel disconnected, alienated, unable to get close? Others have found healing and transformation through psychotherapy - there is hope! It's important to find the right therapist for YOU, so I'm glad you're shopping around. You can see me in the video on my website, "Finding A Therapist", where I provide some concrete tips about the process."
Aron Sumii, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"I work in a variety of ways depending on the needs of my clients incorporating knowledge and insight into a client's history as well as providing options to cope in the present. I really enjoy working with cultural issues around identity development and acculturation, supporting my clients around substance use and recovery, and supporting men who are managing partnerships and/or parenting. I have a special passion for working with individuals of mixed race and those who may be in interracial relationships. My style in treatment focuses on offering a supportive, non-judgmental approach, while always building and identifying strengths."
(510) 230-2498
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"I work in a variety of ways depending on the needs of my clients incorporating knowledge and insight into a client's history as well as providing options to cope in the present. I really enjoy working with cultural issues around identity development and acculturation, supporting my clients around substance use and recovery, and supporting men who are managing partnerships and/or parenting. I have a special passion for working with individuals of mixed race and those who may be in interracial relationships. My style in treatment focuses on offering a supportive, non-judgmental approach, while always building and identifying strengths."

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